Storytelling through opera

As part of our April Break: Spring into Art, we’re going behind the scenes with singers and composers from the Canadian Opera Company.

Natural high

Three artists invite participants to explore the intersection of art, movement and nature in the brand new AGO series Movement/Nature: Guided Exercises by Artists.

A lesson in looking

Slow Art Day returns April 10 to remind us that the longer and more carefully you look at art, the more you may see.

ICYMI: Death, love and nature

In preparation for back-to-back events this April featuring Icelandic multidisciplinary artist Ragnar Kjartansson, re-visit our Q&A with him from November, 2020.

Where the people dance

Before the AGO’s Nightclubbing: A Toronto History talk on March 25, DJ and journalist Denise Benson describes some of the people and places that moulded Toronto’s nightlife in an exclusive photo essay.

Cole’s notes on surviving injustice

For a recent Art in the Spotlight, the AGO welcomed artist Hank Willis Thomas to discuss the impactful work of South African photographer Ernest Cole.


Ways of looking

In a recent Art in the Spotlight talk, AGO Curator Julie Crooks spoke with photographer Bidemi Oloyede about capturing Black identity in Canadian urban landscapes.

The Art of Resilience

Discover the image of resilience  –  be it a mood, a landscape or a person, and have your artwork seen in a new online exhibition #portraitsAGO.

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